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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1965
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VOL. 23 NO. 18 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 15, 1965




e FAETULANT Gets New Skipper ; PLANK STILL NEEDEDIn OWNERS Saratoga Home



LCdr Hyman Assumes Command
May the Jax Air News rana
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request from the NAS Service
From Med
Two officers whose paths had was with the NAS Jax-based Information Office regarding the CruiseThe

crossed many times in the past patrol squadron, VP-18. After search for "plank owners" of
but had never met were formally serving as Engineering Instructor -' the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta-
attack carrier, USS Saratoga, returned to Mayport Monday,
Introduced last Monday, July 12. at the preflight school in tion. Thus far, the response has
July 12, after completing a seven and one half month cruise in the
The occasion of their first Pensacola, he returned to sea not been very good. Caribbean and Mediterranean.
meeting was the change of command duty via the FAETULANT ASW Personnel who were stationedat
ceremonies when Norfolk and Its birth Since the Sara departed from ,.
LCdr. curriculum at re- this activity at ,near- Commander SIXTH Fleet praising -
A.J. Hyman assumed command of tuned to Jacksonville for the ly 25 years ago, are requested Mayport last November, she has her performance of duty.In .
Fleet Airborne Electronics flight and ground school course contact the Service Information steamed 45,000 miles and visited his message Vice Admiral
Unit Atlantic Detach- for Patrol Office EV 9-7711 Ext. 272 eight ports. g
Training replacement pilots at at William E. Ellis said, "The
ment Two, from LCdr. H.E. Squadron Thirty. Belore reportIng or 656. At-sea operations from the THREE Team
Saratoga/Air Wing
Baker. to FAW-3, LCdr. Hyman The request Is in connection carrier were continuously heavy. :... If
Guest speaker for the occasion served as Personnel Of fleer with with the air station's 25th anniversary 12,000 arrested landing (including has been a mainstay of SIXTH i A
was Cdr. A. W. Havu,CommandIng VP-11 also based at Brunswick to be celebrated on October the 100,000th landing In Fleet
Officer of the parent unit, LCdr. and Mrs. Human resideIn 15 and 16. Plans for a the ship's nine year career)were throughout Your exemplary your perlor"l
based at Norfolk Park with their five house and air show made on board. Pilots of Air stay.
Virginia Orange gigantic open mance has contributed significantly [ [- '-' 1
LCdr. Hyman reported to his children are now underway and ove} 150 Wing[ Three flew 11,000missions to the achievement of the \. \ ,
present duties from Fleet Air The outgoing skipper of thousand people are expected to for 21,000 hours of combined desired redlness posture." .
Wing Three Staff, Brunswick, FAETULANT Det Two, and native visit the station during these two flight time.
Marine, where he served as Floridian, LCdr. Baker also days. This( heavy flight schedule was Commander Carrier Division .
Anti-Submarine Classification entered the Navy as a Naval It is hoped that all"plank own accomplished with an outstanding SIX, Rear Admiral R. 1... Townsend -

and: Analysis Center Officer. Aviation Cadet, being designateda ers" in the Jacksonville area safety record.In joined VAdm. Ellis In
Entering the Navy through the Naval Aviator In 1953. can be contacted. route toherhomeportSaratoga praising the ship. In a message
received aboard the carrier,Admiral -
Naval Aviation Cadet training received a message from
program, his! first tour of duty (Continued on Page 2)) __________ __n_ Townsend said, "The reputation l
( you have established
during your deployment will ,',
be hard to surpass. Your operational t

Phillips Selected At NAS a ,. fulfilled with commitments outstanding have been essionalism j)'

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L s'.F You have achieved the
Outstanding Sailor For JulyFor Y M t A closest of air wing/ship coor-

r A dination and cooperation. Your
continuing enthusiasm in the
the second consecutive which is almost twice thenormal community relations aspect of a '..*
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month a member of the Military workload. r a4r Med deployment has enhanced the
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Personnel Division has been Also cited !In the nomination diy Navy's prestige and image in

chosen as Serviceman of the was his ability to think clearly every country you have visited.
Month In grasping new situations, thus I send my appreciation and congratulations -
John M. Phillips, PN2, of the enabling him to develop logical a for a job well done
Separations Section of MPO was and workable solutions to problems in spite of adversities. I am proud
honored In ceremonies last Fri- His pleasant personality to have had you for my flagship"

day, July 9, by Captain J. R. (Continued on Page 2)) i ; Sixth Fleet exer-
Mackroth, Commanding Officerof a Saratoga's
cises Included operations in -
conjunction
nominated(
NAS Jax. He was
for this honor In accordance THERE THEY COME Officers, wives, families and well wishers with other North Atlantic
his outstanding performance as turned out at Cecil Field's Hangar 14 Sunday for CVW-3's fly Treaty Organization (NATO)
supervisor of the Separations in. The wives on the platform were the lucky ones (their husbands countries. These operations
Section. w b, were the first group, VA-36, to touch down at Cecil. ranged from full scale defensive
exercises of NATO's southeast
Phillips is in charge of nine
and through his profes- defense perimeter to bi-nation
persons
sional "know-how" and leader- Welcome Home' For exercises with the Italians, .
French and Dutch. '
ship this sections handles their : '' Spanish

tremendous workload In a top > While In port, Saratoga and her *. .-'-flcrew
quality manner. During the monthof CVW-3 At CecilSunday's continued the Navy's policyof
June, this section under the ambassador of
,t acting as the
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supervision of Phillips, pro United States, making friends
cessed some 140 Officers and enlisted quiet skies at Cecil Field were filled with planes in the for America. She hosted 22,000
afternoon when 60 aircraft from Carrier Air Three
personnel for separation PHILLIPSWanted early nearly Wing visitors, ranging from foreign
returned home after a seven and one-half month deployment aboard
military and civilian dignitariesto
the USS .
Saratoga (CVA-60))
people who were just curious
HELP On the ground, around hangar Regardless of the time all the about the United States.
14 200 members of CVW-
nearly
aircraft in the Air Wing returned
3's families showed mixed emo- Included among her ports of
with Commander J. R. Sander
Jax Air News Is suffering from a severe case of personnel shortageand tions of cheers and tears as the son, skipper of the Wing leadingthe call was Cannes, France, duringthe
the only possible relief at this time will have to come on a voluntary pilots of the four squadrons completed fly-in In his A-4 Skyhawk.The annual Cannes Film Festival
basis. the last leg of their 45,000 last May. Other ports visited
Personnel attached to NAS who have a limited knowledge of typingeven mile[ journey four squadrons In the Air[ by the carrier were: Roosevelt

( two-finger, hunt and peck typist will be considered) and a The enlisted men's familieshad Wing, VF-31 VF-32, VF-34 and Roads, P. R.; Barcelona and
sincere Interest In journalistic type work can apply for a positionon to wait until Monday for their VA-36, will operate from Cecil Valencia, Spain; Marseille,
the staff.Nonrated. reunions. The squadrons crews Field until their nest deployment France; Athens, Greece+ ; and
personnel will be given assistance In obtaining per departed the Saratoga Monday sometime later this( year. Genoa and Naples, Italy.
mission from their present departments to work either full or part after their attack aircraft car-
docked Presently two Carrie Mr Many of the crew took leave ,
time In the Jax Air News office. rier at MayporLSunday's "*
Both male and female applicants will be considered, but knowledgeand departure time from Wings from Cecil, One and Ten while In Europe to participate
Interest In sports, both local and national, !is an asset. the Saratoga was originally set are operating in the Med aboard in ship sponsored tours Included
Interested personnel are to contact Jax Air News Office, Bldg. 1, for 11 a.m., but was set back to the carriers Roosevelt and among the tours were trips to
Shangri-La. Rome, Paris Munich and Madrid.
room 226 or telephone ext. 8161 noon.



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Editorial ["aSUNDAY'"i ,. .. ((1i /"', I' / /
Chaplain's
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7/ Am An AmericanWith ., ,.. I James F. AgnewTen


a purpose dedicated te DrQserving freedom and maintainingpeace
the United States has Invejt 4 tfJtl.r; ; inlllta y: might and know- days after the celebration of Independence Day Is an Ideal timeto
how in a team of morV&hinjWPiVW! orte-heath hjlllion Individuals. 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy search out new avenues where we, who serve our country 'invar
Since this nation's beginfth .tan7orn&dj&ietxbers: ) of the armed Communion and peace may be of service In the every day hurry and bustleof
forces have played a major role In retaining W!freedoms f and heri- 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine life. Most of us drive a car, or at least have a license to operatea
tage envisioned by writers of the Constitution of the United States.In Worship passenger vehicle. Every time we slide behind the wheel of a car
peacetime as in war, millions of United States military personnel 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for an opportunity to save a life Is in our grasp. It may be our own
abide by a Code of Conduct. Daily they go about their chores as a ages 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 This year In the United States over 40,000 persons will be killed
team positioned around the globe ready to react to orders establishedby 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine In automobile accidents. This startling figure Is stark enough In It-
1 the Commander-ln-Chief, the President of the United States. Worship self but when we learn that traffic accidents have taken twice as
One of the most widely repeated statements made by the late 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship many Americans as have perished on all the battlefields of all the
President John F. Kennedy was In his 19bl Inaugural address "Ask wars this country has ever fought then it is high time to review our
_ not what your country can do for you ask what you can do for your \WEDNESDAY driving habits. In addition to the above statistics John N. McIntosh
country." This challenge is being answered by every American reveals in "Murder By Motor" that when a person gets Into an automobile
serviceman and woman around the world performing as a "Guardianof 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal either as driver or passenger his life expectancy Is even
the Nation." less than that of a soldier In war time.
Regardless of service, the uniform worn by members of the Army 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Aside from eliminating the obvious drinking driver and the sporty
Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps or Coast Guard proudly reflects speeder, what can be done to control needless deaths by automobiles?
the Image of"I Am An American" 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, Succinctly stated it can all be summed up in the Golden Rule '"Do unto
The image is further portrayed by Americans giving their livesto Also on all Holy Days others as you would have them do unto you" Never assume that
preserve freedom for people In Southeast Asia and other areas of Catholic Services at St. Ed- are immune because collisions may happen to the best drivers, you and
uneasiness, plus those dedicated to preserving the American way of ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval it can happen to you. We can reduce the percentage of accidents If we
life at home and abroad.In Hospital keep to the right and drive the right way and with the right spirit
1905, Theodore Roosevelt exclaimed "We have duties to others SUNDAY MASS towards all other drivers. In handling rifles and firearms safety Is
and duties to ourselves; and we can shirk neither," a message always the rule. Automobiles must be handled the same way for they
fulfilled by every American In uniform as a "Protector of Liberty." 6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital can be weapons of death as deadly as any thirty-eight or forty-five
Times have changed in this world of crisis. 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. pistol.

No longer will a bow and arrow forestall an aggressor. No longer Edward's Chapel As the beaches beckon and vacations demand our driving this summer
will a propeller-driven plane or steamship match the jet-age aircraft.missilemight ,
DAILY MASS may God give us the discipline to drive as sensitive human beings,
or nuclear-powered naval fleet. responsible for those In the car we drive as well as those we meet
But today, as in the past man can match man, even with the advancements 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel along the
way.
of a technological age.
Today's American In uniform Is an ambassador abroad and a MONDAY & TUESDAY
"Defender of Freedom," as described by Abraham Lincoln In 1858 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC 'I Am An American' Navy Astronaut to Head
"Our defense is In the spirit which prized liberty as the heritageof
all men, In all lands everywhere." FRIDAY Posters in Distribution 30-Day Undersea Test

The 20th Century American In uniform is "An Enemy of Tyranny" 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital Washington (AFPS) -- More
fulfilling today what Thomas Jefferson defined In 1800 "I have than 100,000 set of four-color Washington (AFPS--Sealab) I II,
sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of SATURDAY posters entitled, "I Am An A- the second phase of Navy's
tyranny over the mind of man." 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel merican" are In process of dis- "Man-in-the-Sea" program, Is
This is the heritage of the Armed Forces of the United States I tribution throughout the armed scheduled for mid-August with
CONFESSIONS TURDA Y
(AFPS) forces. Commander M. Scott Carpenter,

Editorial 1 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before The posters, to be availableIn astronaut-aquanaut, expected to
Masses two sizes, 12 7/8 by 18 1/4 serve as a team leader.
Catechism Classes:Grade School inches and 18 3/8 by 26 inches, The 30-day experiment will beheld
Mission Safety 70"In portray American in military in the Pacific Ocean, about
SATURDAY uniform and explain the reasons one-half mile off La Jolla,Calif.,
Ftoruary, the President designated 1965 as the beginning of 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi- behind their dedication and per- in a 57-foot undersea dwelling
"Mfesion Safety 70." This program's goal Is a 30/ reduction in ties building 722 formance. housing 20 civilian scientists and
Federal injuries and compensation costs by 1970. Notwithstandingthis Produced by the Defense De- Navy divers.
appeal, the NAS Jax accident trend has been definitely worse partment's Directorate for Arm- The experiment will measure
Instead of better thus far. TrafficViolations ed Forces Information and Edu- man's effectiveness in perform'
During the first half of 1965, station civilian personnel have Incurred cation OASD (M), the posters ing certain functions 210 feet
eighteen disabling work Injuries as compared with four for the same were designed by Charles A. below sea level in comparisonwith
period In 1964. Twelve of these Involved C&R four Public Works, Mendez Jr., chief illustrator for how long it takes workmen
and two Supply personnel estimated 612 days have been lost so far the Directorate. on land to perform similar activities. -

and continues with an economic loss (wages, production, etc) esti- .
mated at 60000. The following is a report of LCDR. HYMAN Scientific research projects

There were three back strains three hernias, three ankle sprains motor vehicle accidents and traf- (Continued from Page 1)) include checking the ocean floor
two fractured legs, two torn knee ligaments two severe burns, a fic violations for the period July drift and determining what effect
partial finger amputation, a finger Infection, and a hand contusion/ 6 through July 12. After attending All Weather human presence will have
avulsion. Each of these injuries were classified as "preventable"with Flight School, he was sent to on marine life in the area. A
application of minimum safety precautions as established by Number of AccidentsThis VS-23 in San Diego and then marine life census is also planned
various station directives.It deployed with the USS Princetonto along with a "weather sta
goes without saying that our accident experience cannot continue Week July 6 through July the Far East. This next tour tion" studying current velocity
Its' present trend without seriously affecting the economy of the station 12. . . . .2 of duty was at NAAS Klngsville, temperature fluctuations and
The Command each Total Accidents this year through Texas where be served
urges department head to review his particular as Flight pressure variations.
accident experience and to take the necessary action to eliminate July 12 135 Instructor In S2F aircraft before Sealab I was held last year
conditions methods and unsafe practices In order that we may eliminate Number of Accidents throughjuly attending Catapult and Arresting 30 miles off Bermuda with four
human suffering, economic loss and to comply with the President's 1964 147 Gear School Navy divers living and working at
K "Mission Safety 70." Cooperation of "all hands" is necessary if we Total number of days since last Utilizing this training he a 193 foot depth for 11 days.
are to reach this goal not in 1970 but early In 1966. injury in motor vehicle served aboard the USS Wasp
accident . . 154 for 27 months as the Assistant

Catapult and Arresting Gear Of- OUTSTANDING SAILOR
Number of Violations ficer.

JTAX AIR: NTEWS This 35 During 1961 LCdr. Baker also (Continued from Page 1))
attended the FAETULANT
Speeding . . . .10 ASW
Reckless curriculum] In Norfolk, but has been an asset both In gain-
Driving 1
The JAX AIR NEWS is Civilian neither here nor while completing Ing the cooperation from those
a Enterprise Newspaper Going through Stop Sign .2
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Other Violations 22 refresher flight training with he supervises and dealing successfully
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a VP-30, did the two officers meet. with senior officers.
private firm. All Copy submitted for ,use in the JAX AIR Twenty drivers appeared before LCdr. Baker remained at NAS Phillips, who reported to NAS
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, the Traffic Hearing Boardat Jax to serve as Tactical Officer In 1963, handles all of his many
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before the meeting held on July 13. Assistant Operations Officer and and varied duties with proficiency aid
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- Disposition of the cases includedthe Patrol Plane Commander of the and his military appearance
Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. following: six lost driving P2V with Patrol Squadron Six- pride In service sets a fine
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher queries and parking privileges aboard teen. example for his juniors to foUow 5133
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing station for various periods; six After a normal tour of sea Phillips resides at
wife,
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida received suspended penalties; duty he returned to NAS Jax to Palmer Street with his
... Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. five were given warnings; two serve first as Asst. Officer In Paul, and their two children
. R Charge and then $50cteckfrom
- were dismissed; four were fined; to assume com- In addition to the
VOL. 23 NO. 18 JULY 15, 1965 and one was referred to com mand of the unit. the Recreation ill d'
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manding officer for possible disciplinary LCdr. Baker has received Phillips and his family w
l action..1..111. order to the Naval War Collegeat guests of the USO for a trip to
Newport Rhode Island.vivXvIvv .
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',' steering,power brakes,radio and heater.Monthly payments have been computed on '
manufacturers' suggested retail price,one-third down and 36 monthly payments. Not included are I
the extras for practically whitewall tires deluxe wheel destination
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Seeks Language 'Training For Three FA W-11 Staff Officer CommendedFor


Bound. Service Wives, Outstanding Performance Of Duty
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Washington (AFPS) Dependent for them and their husbands.
wives slated to live In a At a later date, when shorter t Three officers attached to
foreign country may study that full-time and part-time courses Fleet Air, Wing II were recently
country's language at various become availablelor personnel presented Letters,of Commendation. -
stateside military installations, overseas, authorhywcud] be used I__ '.
if proposed legislation backed by to permit enrollment wives in Cdr.,C. E. Rodgers, Operations
the Department ,of Defense becomes these courses." __ Officer, received a com-
law. mendatory letter which reads in
The bill, H. R.: 5519, would Dependents-perform an important part ". for outstanding performance -
role In projecting} a ,true
authorize at DOD facilities ,
in
training displayed
image of the United States abroad, connection -
including the Defense Language Lueitenant C

Colonel
said L. ..., y
'Institute's 'west coast branch fleet ASW exercises, .. "
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Creekman Jr., U.S. 3 ;
Calif., 'and other Army Deputy ,
} R.-
:at Monterey Director, Defense Language: .. Capt. Ward Wing chief
DOD education centers. Currently : s4W Staff Officer, was given a Letter
this' training is' limitedto stitute. 10 vt a x. yy of Commendation ",. for the
the Foreign'Service Institute "Their ability speak the language outstanding results you have
here. of the country concerned a tier .,a'J achieved as FAW-11 Patrol Air-
DOD's present intention would increases the effectiveness of( 1i; craft Support Facilities Project
limit application to wives for their military sponsors and Officer The Support
training in the United States in generates inestimable good will Facilities encompass a multi-
existing regular courses suitable for the United States," he said.CLAUDE .pa i 9, 4 A.i, r million dollar Maritime Air
Complex for NAS Jacksonvillenow
approved by CNO and
THESE THREE FLEET AIR WING 11 officer
ware recently
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''':'''';:'''''''" / :;" :' :; ""'/\J;; rented Letters of Commendation for outstanding performance of
; :;.: ''' "I"S" .1., duty. They are (L to R) Capt. J. R. Ward, Capt. K. E. Snyder and Military Construction

.;.%:... .: ...; ?":! < ; : # l ii; ; Cdr. C. E. Rogers. Program.Capt. K.E.Snyder) Staff Training -

.. ...... ,. : Officer, received letter that
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'.... .. .' ., .... .. .... \ Ihlet Marina results you have achieved as Co-
ordinator of all Reserve Patrol
CADILLACS PONTIAC AND BOATYARD Squadron activities for, which this
l Wing has been responsible dur-
MAIN AT ORANGE6PENMQN.THRUSATUNITliB MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS ing the past two years..." These
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27 Reserve Patrol Squadrons
Wet & Dry Storage Marine Ways during their two weeks of active
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET .- duty training with FAW-1L
The letters of commendationwere
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH
from Rear Admiral Robert
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Bowling Center Scores 300 With College Data Processing Courses Now II


League And 'For Fun' BowlersSince Offered In After Hours Classes

After-hours college level Park. Registration fee for this to register or obtain further information -
the new NAS Jax Bowling Exchange Is the Snack Bar which courses in the Data Process- 3 credit-hour course Is $23. concerning these
Center opened last February, an features hot or cold snacks and ing field are now being offeredat The class on Unit Record Equip- courses should contact the Train-
average of 2,000 persons per beverages.Shoes the St. Johns Junior Collegeto ment has ten billets open for the ing Office between the hours of
month have taken advantage of and lockers may be all military and civilian per- 3 credit 2 hours lecture and 2 1.4 p.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays I
the faculties offered by the rented at the center for a very sonnel of Federalgovernment hours lab course being offered at and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Special Services Recreation Di nominal fee, thus eliminating the and their dependents. Palatka on Mondays and Wednes- Fridays.The .
vision. need for carrying all your bow: ling The classes, sponsored by the days. The registration fee for this
And it's no wonder I The new items with you.' Civil Service Commission's course is $28.Computer two forms required ,for t
Center offers 16 completely] automatic Bowling pro Jack Emch man- Career Development Program, Programming Iwlth registration are available at the
lanes (sanctioned( by the ages the Center assisted by a are scheduled for August through 12 available billets will be con- following NAS lax) offices: Mrs. t
American Bowling Congress) in competant staff of both military December of this year and are ducted Tuesdays and Thursdays B.M. Wise, Supply Department
an ultra-modern,air-conditioned and civilian personnel. Mr.Emch open to all personnel who meet in Palatka. The course gives 4 Ext. 8201; Mrs. Betty Barthlow,
building vice the slx'lane facility gives free professional Instructions the college's entrance require- credits, consisting of 2 hours Comptroller ,Department, ,Ext. ,
previously in use. But the number to both children and adults. ments. lecture and 4 hours lab and the 8251; C&R: Safety, Securty and
of lanes was not the only Elite Palmer who Is a memberof Four classes,covering various fee Is $38. The course on Com- Training Branch, Ext. 8116; and I
expansion made at the Center. the Womens International phases of data processing, are puter Programming II Is avail- IRD Training Division, Ext. 8160 '
The Navy Exchange operates Bowling Congress offers free being offered. Forty billets are able at the same time and offers or Mr. Dorman, Ext. 232 Bldg.
a Pro Shop in the Center carry- bowling Instructions to women, available for the course on the the same credits with the 953.
ing the latest in bowling needs. Mondays through Fridays from Introduction to Data Processing, roe being $38.Advance The forms can be obtained at
Bowling balls, bags, shoes and 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. meeting Monday nights Orange Registration for the Cecil Field from the Industrial
ether bowling needs are available The Bowling Center, located In at aeraa nnaaaT classes must be completed before Relations Department, Ext. 280
at a reduced price. Equip- Bldg. 609 (next to the Indoor -August-6.Personnel desiring Bldg. 39.
ment for boring the balls Is also Pool) Is open seven days A M
on hand, so that you can purchase week. The hours of operation
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I .. Red Cross Has Local OpeningsThe Your Toothbrush -- How To Use ItED. I


( NOTE: The toothbrush decay is caused by bacteria in our outlived their usefulness.
American National Red fulfilled his military commit- In one form or another, has mouths, acting on the food we How should you brush? Your
has openings for twenty dentist can determine the best
Cross ment. especially
been in use for thousands of eat -- carbohydrates
Field Directors. The method for particular oral
Assistant your
Although one of the most refined sugar.Toothbrushing
Age range Is 25-45 years and Interested persons should con years.effective weapons man has against is the best wayto conditions. The following methodis
preference is given to men who tact Mr. C.V. Gross Field DIrector dental decay, it Is seldom remove particles of food and one that Is frequently recom-
have completed their college de- at building ##39, USNAS used effectively. With dental some of the bacteria before they mended:
must have Jacksonville, Florida. --teeth should be brushed the
The applicant their harm. Brushing
grees. disease on the rise in this coun- can do
try, the Jax Air News/ should be done right after meals way they grow; place your brush
after snacks, too. bristles on the gums near the
Afterburner In cooperation with and right
.. brush their gum line; brush down on the
don't
CoM"AT the Dental Department presents a Most people
WlI or well upper teeth and up on the lower
series of articles in "Your Den- teen often enough,
tal Health.") enough.A ones;
Fifteen minutes is a short and survey made a few years --force bristles into spaces
American families between the teeth while brushinginner
usually unimportant period of ago of 1,000
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time. But there is one 15-minute found:
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dental health. teeth three times a day; brush the chewing surfaces;
about 50 brushed --brush each area with at least
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58 MERCURY 4 dr., hardtop, PS & PB . . .$495 attack. brushes in use had bent or broken after eating with, rinse your mouth
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I -- Cecil Field Sailor Plays Chauffer To Twenty ; '"!



lfYaAsk lJs Southern Beauties In 'Miss Dixie Pageant'What's


West Coast sailors always return T. E. Morrow, BT3 I think the best set of ordersa
from the Orient raving about foreign women .... ,', sailor can get?
Oriental women and East Coast are much more A lot of blue jackets would
sailors have the same high praise reliable and answer/'Mllltary attache or independent -

for European women. How doyou loyal, and from e duty" Jerry Mark- *
think American women compare'to what I know \ ham, Equipment Operator third ; .
foreign women from the 22 different class, believes that he has found ,
A. A. Sebastian, MM1 I believe countries r r'' the greatest duty assignment any
that that I have sailor could have. IT
foreign women visited during Morrow Jerry has just returned to
outshine American my four years of service, they Cecil Field from eight days of x (
women by an have much more respect for the chauffeuring 20 of the South's ,
outstandingmargin. F husband and his decisions.P. most beautiful young ladles a-
There ;, McGrath, YN3 I think round Daytona Beach. The girls
Is no comparison American women were contestants In the "Miss M
In beauty \ .... far surpass ) Dixie Pageant" over the 4th of M
10
Integrity, devo- SebastlanItlon any other type of July weekend. L"L"r J

loyalty and honesty. That woman. Even "There's no doubt about It, /
makes them the finest In the walk though they may this was the best duty I have > .
of life. Fm for them 101Q( Com- go to bed at night ever had," Jerry said. Markham .
} : :, r'" .
pare our divorce rates and yoo'Usee with curlers and .' has had some pretty good :'" '; '; .
: : --1f\
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exactly what I mean. mud packs, they duty assignments since joiningthe ;:J::ft ';}4: : ,. ': .-' ,;,.

M. E. Young, YN2 The big emerge from McGrath. Navy six years ago. The only BETTER THAN CHECKING ID's FOR THE LIBERTY BUS RUN
difference i n ""'"" their cacoon far more beautiful thing wrong with Jerry's last (photo by Jock Jestee of' the Dantona Newt-Journal) tin
American women I b,"!I'\ i" that any in the world. assignment was it was only TAD.
and foreign ... ,'N: I Now Jerry Is back performinghis the world I got this duty." Another TAD assignment was
women Is the routine duties running a Jerry got his TAD orders to build a Project Mercury track-
society they live Rating ControlIs bulldozer and driving the sta through a process of elimination Ing site on Canton Island. This
In. Foreign women tion's liberty bus. Since Jerry's The job usually goes to little slice of land Is 180 miles
are trained ; return to Cecil Field no one will neighboring NAS Jax. This year southeast of the equator In the '
to take care of Hoped To Aid leave him alone, all his ship- Jax's buses were all In use so Pacific. _

the husband and Young mates want to know what hap- the job came to Cecil Field The On Monday of last week Jerry
home whereas the American woman Retention RateThe pened at Daytona Beach. chief In charge transportation, fulfilled his TAD orders and returned -
Is trained more for career Jerry Isn't saying too much B.L. Gllnes, EOC, thought the to Cecil Field, alone and
than for home life. findings of various study about his latest TAD duties. He job should go to a single man. driving the gray Navy bus
groups In the Bureau of Naval has got a program from the There were three single sailors He still has the program full of
Personnel concerning the low beauty contest that Is full of that had bus driver's licensed, autographs, "To a great sport.
retention rate in critical areas autographs; this sheds a little Jerry was one of these. Jerry Thanks for putting up with us.
has led to the establishment ofa light on what went on at Daytona.The didn't say how he beat out his You will always be a special
f Mt new Rating Control Office In Seabee said that each girl competition but it's possible person to us," Miss Betty Fos- 1
the BUPERS Enlisted Personnel had a chaperon with her at all there was some polltlclng en- ter, "Miss Natchez 1965."
Division. times. The 20 contestants were volved Jerry has had some What a thing for a sailor to
not allowed to date or even talk other assignments that came have to put up with.
The Control section was
Rating with men unless escorted by a close toequallngTADMlssDixie. /.
organized to handle the many responsibilities -
chaperon. Jerry said that even In 1960, while attached toMCB .
> concerning a rating
Illustrious Barnacle Bill the 10 on the West Coast JerrywentTAD It Is now proved beyond doubt
that were previoosly'assigned to Sailor would have had trouble to Squaw Valley to builda that smoking Is one of the lead-
other of the bureau.Ratings
parts making contacts with the girls.To parking lot for the Winter Ing causes ofstatistics.Athens
brought under control of the new
one of the contestants,Miss that's another Mich Times.
)
Olympics (
office Include FT, GM, ST, ET, Patricia Ann Ford, the Navy o story.. -
; _wK r'( ? DS. AT, AX, PT, TD, MA, and rating structure was fouled up. ,, .
i'&i- RM The RD, AE, AQ and PH Miss Ford, who represented ONT Y SP C A I
;
are expected to be added
ratings the
North Georgia In Pageant
;c c w by September.The wrote to Jerry, "Best wishes to SHRIMP DINNER I 99
responsibilities of this the best, the nicest, and sweet-

34- office Include the distribution, est sailor I know. Maybe you'll ALL YOU CAN EAT
and of be a captain the next time I see
training, assignment per-
OPEN DAILY We Make a Specialty oft
sonnel in the rating under their you. ,11:30:: A.MJ TO 10 P.M.
control. The officer will handle Jerry might not be a captainbut CATFISII
9 F the distribution of personnel to he does think he lived as e SIIRIMP

;-: EPDOLANT, EPDOPAC, EPDO- good as any captain at Daytona. a OYSTERS
CONUS, and special programs During the eight days he stayedIn CHICKEN

for ultimate assignments.By the AmericanaHotelfOneofthe .
newest and best hotels In the STEAKS
monitoring training plans city. The Daytona Junior Chamber RED SNAPPER
and curriculums of schools, the of Commerce, which spon- TAKE-OUT SERVICE
office will ensure that personnelsent sors the Miss Dixie Pageant .BANQUET SERVICEIC1.H"'E.d
to these schools receive footed Jerry's bills laundry, S BUSINESS MEN'S
training that meets the quality and food, hotel cost-the whole works. LUNCH
quantity needed by the fleet. '
'BEAR' FACTS. Elizabeth Mont "The women In the contest 3438 BLANDING BLVD.CHIEF 'i ONE 711. 8 -
is a bewitching eyeful The rating section will also and the people there gave me
gomery
poing ogainstherbeartkinrug. monitor the Navy enlisted class- some of the finest treatmentI ,
ification codes to ensure that they have had since joining the -

Identify skills required and are Navy," Jerry stated. "Every- CAMPBELL'S
EXPRESSWAY properly assigned. one would come up and ask how
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II I ___ -rw 1 1'J L fuel Depot "Puts A ALOCAted tiger In Navy's' Tank" Colston At Only Depot Novymon

Lt. L. P. Cclston, officer in
.- charge of& the Naval Fuel Depot,
about twenty miles was converted fran military operates:; the facility with the help
north of the Naval Air Station &&t4fi. quarters. According to Mr. of 38 civilians. A former enlisted .
J Jax and 20 miles west of the : i.. : Hobbs, a new lab is now in the man, Lu Colstonwas promoted .r.J:'."'f ": 1
Mayport Naval Station is Duval planning stages. Meanwhile, to warrant officer r In 1944<*4 4and A a. r --
station," 1960 when USNS SHIP delivers fuel to the depot. The fuel focility receives
County's largest "gas tests are being conducted in the retained c1 rank until
m month, each carrying about 110,000 I ,
the Navy Fuel Depot. ex-quarters. he rect/ivod/ the hike to Lu about 5 such tankers every
Serving five naval facilities and Many tests are requested by When ;asked about heading a barrels of fuel.
fleet oilers, two Air Force installations commands sending in fuel since facility manned d completely by civilians -
-1 IIJMJ1llPH& : plus the Florida Air the navy has strick regulations Mr. Colston explained.
National Guard and the Coast ..tdr' .. h. concerning fuel s cmcations. that he had problems operating Aft GAMES OF
Guard, the fuel depot Issues about* j Checking this fuel Is commonly without milItarJ personnel he
---1Mqau __. 1/2/ million barrels of fuel .a. : known as a "quality sur- explained further that he beaded IW BOWLING
I 4 '
-------- I month, or nearly 21 million gal-- \veillance"' procedure. By check- a similar operation atGltmorrorn
AERIAL VIEW of the fuel depot. ing all fuel coming into the depot 1955 until 1957, so working witha
a pre acceptance test an exact civilian( staff was old hat to hIm.I I A $$20.00 VALUE $ 00
I PUMPING STATION at t the fuel j jof I pot disgorges over 1/2/ millions barrels knowledge cf the fuel's' reliability Mr. Colston has leaded the 2
fuel every month.. ]1 is maintained. J Jacksonville Fuel Depot since FOR ONLYStarts
About '75%/ of the 200 samples August 1962 and plans to remainin
Ions of Navy Special Fuel Oil, floating roof tanks was begun. tested each month come from that position until he retires July 23rd. CALL CENTRAL LANES NOWto

.JP-4, JP-5 and avtationgaso- The four original tanks were converted sources other! than the fueldepot. In 1967. &" ...... have a 40 Game Bowling Card reserved in
line. I The value of the fuel to carry NSFO (black' """""'--- your name.
normally maintained by the depot oil used In ships), for the fleet HURRYII ONLY 1000 CARDS TO BE SOLD.
& fluctuates' between three and four units at Mayport, while the: new
million dollars, a figure akin tanks held AV gas for supportof i;it '
to the total worth of the depot, units at NAS; Jacksonville. '<;:f? ENT:: ,AL NE

I : currently valued at 3 31/2/ million.. During this same period of time, i ,,:J;' ,
H.
Cecil Field was reactivated.
Originally An Army Site 1838CASSATAVE. Phone 384-4556
their fuel
They began receiving
: : The Depot was originally built from a pipeline at NAS Jax,

: by the Army during World War and are presently receiving t their _
II to ship fuel north from t t1 the fuel in a similar manner. This
Gulf of Mexico via the inland pipeline is the only one In the: BEST PRICES IH JACKSONVILLE.

waterway, escaping enemy sub- area carrying fuel for naval units. AND THE BEACHES
: marines which lurked just off the Barges, Ships, Trucks NW- -
it East Coast. However, the war Carry Fuel ____
.Zf :
: H r ended before construction was AU of the fuel supplied to N/S/ .marD
,
: j.. completed.In Sanford, NAS Glynco, NAS Jax, .
; 1949 the Navy acquired tie and NS Mayport is carried via
) fuel site provide aviation gasoline barge, the major method J of FRITZ
for NAS J Jax and to serve as Issuing! fuel from the depot. Air P ARM ANRet. ,
a fleet refueling Unit. Serving Force installations, Florida Air a.
TANK TRUCKS receive their load at the Navy Fuel Depot and carryit .
then as pan of the Naval Air National Guard, and t the Coast CPO
I it to Moody Air Force Base at Valdosta, Georgia.
Guard receive their fuel In tank .
Station, t the depot changed hands owner
The rut has ?ot i y you JOWh? You y <:'/ like food will h, ,more /flair/ ? Tited of wasftd weeKfnds! P in 1951 when it was placed under trucks. Very little fuel is shipped -
., the management control of the from the depot via raiL The .
-' _V. .. .'. ) Bureau of Supplies and Accounts* only other method exporting p
'''-'.. :} with the Naval Air Station Commander fuel Is via the fleet oilers which Mayport IIRiCO.] I IFritz

retaining military take on fuel at the depot. Normally 1ftDIEY'; Harold Parman Parman, Jr. Roosevelt
authority. In 1951, 300 acres of twooilers per month are Lou Webber Normandy
land was acquired for the site fueled from the local installation.

,.4 .... and the following year,construc-- All the fuel received by the LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO SPEED, EQUIPMENT
tion of seven 80 thousand barrel depot for issue is obtained from
United States: Naval Ships(commercial
COMPLETE, LINE OF S MAG WHEELS
ships leased to the GO DISCOTHEQUEI!
CHURCH of CHRIST Navy) and from commercial<: DANCING UNTIL 2 AM RACING. SLICKS.. CHROlVrE 1 PIPES
nfl V'7 ti\ fJti1H4kd :3223 WESCONETT BLV'D.NEAR tankers. An average of five TACHOMEf 0 EPS &: FLOOR 0 SHIFTS
NAS
t tankers are unloaded each month, LADIES NIGHT EACH
( JUST OFF TIMUQUANA KD. with each load averaging 110,000,
&) THURSDAY EVENING. DOWN PAYMENT
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7:00: P.M.EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAYS addition to the fueling facili-- 3909 BLANDING BLVD.
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ties located at the depot, they WITH PURCHASE OF
LU f : maintain a large-volumn labora- CASE LOTS AT COST + 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE FREEWHEEL FREE FREE
SERVICE\
7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK tory for testing fuel samples.
CHURCH! PHONE SP 1-50" Head of the laboratory is Fred WHEELALIGNMENT BRAKE

1 MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646-6 G. Hobbs, a petroleum inspector. ADJUSTMENT!
Mr. Hobbs told Jax Air
News that he receives about 200 IMPORTANT NOTICE! 670x15 BIKTT 750x14'WSWTBLS

.. Get up dndqo!And\ qo with/ !) Fly/ -to Green rtich, / Village'// in, MewYork "{ Do something5ee/, ./ samples every month, which require '
YO"qir.United. ()/ about SCO tests.
We fly Jets io more or fisherman's' Wharf, in or JUf$ ''pI
pICK: -ton dnd have The lab is located in an old VALIANT"KING III.
places m, the States ihan/ San,, francisco., / Don't, ball./ // '
lavqh( -- a With, vs, you'ii 1 have a World War II type duplex, which
anyone/) else: More: jrlf,lao, -they're' bothjvstaftu/ ( ..hours ball/ 9ff/iJ'1lhete./ And if OF THE COMPACTS"SALE
So Haittnq-iime/ is shorter away from, where', .sit! On,, I
you sure( beats / WESCONNETTFURNITURE
/ SEBRING
polishing) WINS AT PRJCJES EXCHANGE PLUS TAX
'
; '' / y your \
gets you yomy)( sooner. many( )'I fliotfs!' ;, M 1/// even Serve {
boots/or the IOW, tOW, LOW
youh'ith' a flar.( ,,' rnoiihqfl5pec'on? / Monday'/ 1st.? and 2nd.In doss 1965 Co.

$
$1697 ENGINE OVERHAUL

AND STItt UNPfl 5326 Wesconnett Blvd. at 103rd REBUILD BALL JOINT (Parts & Labor) 15.95

*2OOQDUMA NEW & USED TV Al'TT.R $$157 DOWN) $56.80 MONTH!! SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95

Stand by United for Furlough FunTraveling SETS & FURNITURE INCLUDKS. !) : TAX. TAG AND!) LIFK/? 1NSUKANCI! BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 ,
/ REAL 5PORTS CAR LIMIT' III) SUll'LY' .
BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95
EASY CREDIT WILL'!! !I.. 'I lUll'/ 1)11)/:!
Sl'HCIAL! / PINANCING FOR S1UVClM1N! ? SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE UP (ILoborr ) 4.95
is a great way to break up the military routine. So fly with us. .1 CONTACT CHUCK SMITH\ FREIGHT SALVAGES

: at just half the jet coach fare. Just come to the United ticket counter, or h ft&v ? ATJACKSONVILLE'S' E\CLL'SI\' \'F BIG p CHIEF TIRE CO.
*'- : *yw&: # REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS
your base airline ticket office (JAMTO) in uniform and with a copy of your UNITED \MG-AUSTIN IIEALEY DEAM-K{\ If Vf
!!'
GALORE mou 5444 NORMANDY 6201 I ROOSEVELT 2809, MAYPORTROAD
:- leave papers. And leave the rest to us. I
; GRAND PRIX MOTORS COME IN ANC BROWSE EV 9-0388. I EV 44631rrn.v 4 GH 648Z5PAGE

1 I THE EXTRA CAP AIRLINE/WELCOME/ ( ABOARD 4846 Phillips Highway HOURS 9 AM .7 7 PM \\0rm\ |Mills run ,': MiK-r..n,.- | .. (,., ,

} __ Phone 398-6971 PHONE 771-0750 ,,1218 .SmWo'' .BUY? NOW, 359-2024,

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143 Girl Scouts & Sponsors Invade R wy.

I.

Cecil Field's Yellow Dater AreaWith


a theme of"Quality Sing pitching and fire building, and nature and wild life." 1 tAT
ing and Nature" 143 Girl Scouts, trail blazing. For some of the The Girl Scouts sang a new y M rh' +
adult staff members, and pro- girls it was the first opportunity song on each of the eight days.On .
gram aides finished an eight day to learn camping skills and enjoythe Thursday the Girl Scouts
camping session last week in outdoors. from the Gateway Council con-
Cecil Field's Yellow Water Area. Girl scout leaders were highly cluded their eight day activities
Sixty one Girl Scouts of the pleased with the Cecil Field with a program of songs, skits,
Gateway.Council survived a Wednesday camping area; one said, "This and dramatics around the flag
downpour and reported area offered us so much a primi- pole.
they came through the night without tive site. The natural resourcesto
dampened spirits. be used and discovered are
During the eight day sessionthe unlimited. It is an opportunityto Where is the man, when he
THE BLUEJACKETS. Cousin Wilbur, 'former star of' the Grand
girls hiked practiced tent study and to feel a part of looks in the mirror, who doesn't
Ole will music and entertainment
,
Opry provide dancing along
admire his wife's taste? -- Wil-
-- with singer, Blondie Broods, and the Country Store Gang at the
AUTO SERVICE CENTER Mag.liam Feather, William Feather Bluejackets Sunday, July 18, 'from 7:30-11:30: p.m.


r CF CPO ClubActivities

MUFFLERS All Ford + r v SHOCKS COMET'red"ctl HONDAMOTORCYCLES New Officers For
MERCURY

txctpt* T-Bird Lincoln $9,80 FRA Branch

14.20 .. Iff. 4 I 9I LINCOLN 1.93 ALL MODELS 91 InstalledFleet The Cecil Field Chief Petty
NOTHING DOWN Officers cordially extend an Invitation

We dive. Merchants, Green Stamps to all Chief Petty Officers -
FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING ReserveAssociation at NAS Jax to utilize this
OP EN 8 A.M.8' PM. Branch and Unit Installed new
station's CPO facilities.
.24 Month 24,000, Milt
or $20 $20 MON. FRI. officers ceremonies at the
WARRANTY Down Mar during Normal hours of operation are:
8A.M.-6P.M. SAT. George Washington Hotel Saturday Mon. thru Sat. bar open from
P.M.-5 5P.M. SUN. July 10. 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Sun. bar
NORTH FLORIDA MOTORS & CYCLES ,, The new officers of the Ladies hours from 11 a.m. to midnight.
\ Auxiliary are: President, Mrs. Galley hours Tues., Wed., and
LINCOLNMERCURY6O5
4949. Blanding Blvd.. Tom Lancaster, Thurs., 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; FrI.,
RIVERSIDE: AVE. ; PH 771-8244 Tom Lancaster; Vice President, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sat., 5 p.m.
Mrs. George Lancaster; Trea- to 9 p.m.; and Sun., 1 p.m. to
surer, Mrs. Merceedes Pugh; 8 p.m. Package store Galley
,Secretary, Mrs. Thomas Hutch- and CPO Swimming Pool closed
erson; and Chaplain Director, Mon. Pool Hours 11 7
a.ra. to
NEED A NEW TV OR APPLIANCE ? Mrs.The Grace new Carson.male officers are: p.m. Tues., thru Sun.

President, Cecil Stewart; 1st THURSDAYBar
Vice President, Dave Guire; Open
2nd Vice President, R. C.
Dollar; Secretary, Roy Wienelt; FRIDAY

and Treasurer, Frank Sheehan. 12 oz. T-Bone Steak at 155.
vz In addition to the Installationof One-half fried chicken Adults
/i1'iP ,
/]][ [ officers, the meeting Included $.90, children $.50 Dance night-
dinner and dancing.Installation. Music by Carl Boyd and Rhythm

: Kings.

SATURDAY
Of
: Lobster Dinner, $1.25. 16 oz.
T-Bone steak, $L'75. Dance
Officers Set night Music by Mark Castle.


I fI' For FRA # 126 SUNDAYSmorgasbord
from 1 p.m. to
8 p.m., adults $L40, children
Installation of new Branch and $.65.
Unit 126 officers will be held 7 7
p.m., Saturday 17 July, Fleet MONDAYBar
: Reserve Association hall, '7673 Open
-
Blanding Boulevard
-4fc Following elected memberswill TUESDAYBar
be Installed In a formal ceremony Open
: President,RobertN.Boyd;
I 1st Vice-president, William H. WEDNESDAY

Washallskl; 2nd Vice-president, 16 or. T-Bone steak $L 15. 21-
Harry Wilson; Secretary WilsonH. Shrimp dinner, potatoes, vege-
Sandefer; Treasurer, Warren table and salad LOO. Bingo will
'Zellman; Board of Directors:Or- be played, starts at 7:45 p.m.
rin L, Allen,Lalml P.Whitmire,
Buy with cash and save Tom Cowart, George Clark.Gene

Grimes, James Murphy, William CPO Wives ClubThe
: with a CREDIT UNION LOAN! Wood, George Floyd,Lowell Lor- t
beer, Charles Noble, Robert NAS Jax CPO Wives Club
}t H pays to borrow money 'from your Credit Union where you are Winslow, Harry Dawson, Bill will sponsor a Teenage "SWIm'n
an owner not just a customer. Interest rates are lower and there
Ditzler
Henry ,and A. iDance"
Easterling on Thursday, July 22.
So what need when
are no extra charges. buy you you need it. D. Kent.
Music will be furnished at the
(with CASH 'from your Credit Union._
After the Installation at 9PM., CPO Club pool from 7-11 p.m.,:
i members, guests, and friends of for a charge of 50$ per person.
Branch and Unit 126 will celebrate All teenager are cordially invited -
' Ax Fed&ue
/ Naug this occasslon by attending to attend this event, and
the President's Ball In honor of parents are welcome.
the newly elected officers. Music
will be furnished by the
popular Carroll P. Streeter, editor of
Danny Hines and his combo.
FARM JNL "Farmers Interested -
CREDIT fiN/ON : are
Dress Is semi-formal.Donationsof
In the retail business
$4.00 per couple will defray fram a bargaining standpointt.They
.4 expenses for refreshments and
JAX, NAS CECIL FIELD music. Tickets are limited, would like to hang onto
BIDG. 39 BLDG. 26 therefore, contact Mr. their products a little longer,
Tele. SP 1.3211 Murphy possibly do some and
Tel. 384-4121 processing
early at the FRA hall, tele-
'j ox
Ext. 8507-8508 Ext. 205 phone 771-9951 for reservations. perhaps carry the thing througheven
to retailing."



15, 1965
JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER PAGE_11 _
-- YMMYMAN

MoviesMovies Club Schedules Boyd BLUEJACKETS and the Rhythm INN.Kings Carl will NMMMN.N.MNW VIM'VAds I .

provide the entertainment on
will be shown regularly "0" CLUB Music this Fri- Thursday with March Wilson and
day will be provided by theSo- the Redcoats on Friday. Satur-

ay. phistl-Kats with Johnny Jellnek day's band willbePhllCay and the
on Saturday Monday Is Steak Chantels. A special
NATTC will have two feature country
should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Cookout night on the patio. For music band Cousin Wilbur will
times 2 p,.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- the 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
rdays and'Sundays. The hospital dish gourmet will be, Indonesian.Tuesday's foreign perform on Sunday. later than Tuesday 'for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
/Ill have one feature onSunday'sat Duringthe USO NOTES 318 NorthOcean arriving too late 'for this deadline will be published the
summer a Patio Band will be Street Special events for the
[ 7 p.m. following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
All Cecil Field evening shows featured every Wednesday night. coming week include a Co-Ed check or money order 'for the full cost of' the ad must be
begin at 7 p.m. These are subjectto CPO CLUBThe Chiefs ClubIs Party this Friday with Saturday received WITH the copy 'for the ad.
[ change. open for regular business In being Records Choice Night.Ves- DO NOT SEND CASH

Dldg. 593 and Is serving light[ pers Sunday will be at the Grace RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). : tot . $2.00
Thursday, July 15 lunches. Dancing this Saturday Chapel Parish. A Co-Ed Party Per additional line ((4 words per line}. . .0.50Real
night will be to Bud Clark. The
Cheatin Heart will also be hosted on Monday
[NAS Your
Vera HendersonDuowlll performon
George Hamilton, Susan Oliver night. ssssssssi a.rsss sesss
Wednesday. CECIL FIELD- On Friday,
NATTC John Goldfarb Please
ACEY DUCEY Dick Strock July 16, the Cecil Field ORF will
Home Mac-
Come Shirley
and the Spotllghtcrs will provide hold a "Shrimp Night". The menu Estate Information
: on
Lalne Peter Ustinov Need a Home? See HAROLD E.
[Hospital Dear Brigitte James dancing music this( Friday and calls for boiled shrimp, shrimp sales, purchases, equities, rent- HAGLUND, BLDR. 1716 Hwy. 17,
Stewart Glynis Johns Saturday with Phil Cay and the salad, shrimp creole and shrimp als or FHA VA homes. Call Orange Park. Normally one

|Cecil Field -Move Over Darling- Chantels on Sunday night. Bingo au gratin. Tickets are $L 75 per Walter T. Bowen, USN Rtd. available or under construction. .
James Garner, Doris Day every Sunday afternoon and Tues- person or $3 a couple and entitlesthe Charter Real Estate Co. 387- 264-2424. "
day night. holder to free beer and all he 6511 or 387-2851 at night.
Friday, July 16 can eat.

JNAS Gunfight at Commanche FOR RENT 3939 Soon Park
Creek-Audie Murphy, Colleen s HOUSE FOR SALE -Ortega Hills Ave. clean, 4 Rm garage apt,
Miller 7241 Pineville Dr. near NASJax. $60. 4 Rm lower $50. EV 7-

I NATTC Your Cheatin Dart 1' r 3 Bedrooms, Den; 1 1/2 Baths, 3356.
George Hamilton, Susan Oliver / interior newly finished, low down
;. payment will pay closing cost.
I Hospital John Goldfarb Please
Come Home Shirley Mac- G 1 387-2428 after 4:30 p.m. NEW CARS MILITARY DIS-

Lame, Peter Ustinov IF 1 ; \S COUNT, Factory drive outs,save I
I Cecil Field Yank in Viet Nam- A MEtPUTT nU'' \ \ : HOMES SALE RENT hundreds, Write Mr. Williams

Marshall Thompson t h.1.\ Some no dn, Many $0 $100 P.O. Box 2177, Jacksonville,
Ot.j.: WDtSf dn No New Florida
17 closing costs. homes, I
Saturday, July t" All the X-TRAS
1 Family Rm,
NAS Fate Is The HunterGlennFord Fenced yd., built-in R/O .
Nancy Kwan use You name it. TIMMERMAN FOR SALE Tavern Five Rm.I I

| NATTCGunfight Commanche RLTY, BRKR 771-2792 and house. Good Business By Owner
Creek Audle Murphy,Colleen 771-186L RA 5-9743 or 7247288. 10503
Miller PUTT Atlantic Blvd.

| Hospital Your Cheatin Heart HELP WANTED Top pay for .
George Hamilton, Susan Oliver GOLF COURSESPRESENTS two Sharp Ladies Experienced in Ii
I Cecil Field The Earth Dies Operation of composition equip- MOBILE HOMES for rent for ser- .

Screaming Williard Parker, ment (Justowrlter[ Verityper, vlcemen and families EL5S933.i
MEDAL PLAY AMATEUR
Virginia Fields. rl Etc) Fast typists with News-
TOURNAMENT r paper experience also qualify.
Sunday, July 18 GRAND PRIZEA .. t. j Call 359-4040, Mr. Holt, 10- SALE OR RENT Hyde Grove I

NASMan, ,WithJhe Gold Arm- JTreatment 12 A.M. weekdays. Acres,' 3 BR, 2 BA, den,
q HONDA MOTOR DIKE tea Special Title Song /
'
Frank Sinatra, Kim'NovakNATTC \ \ Features f : \\.Ii A/C, Buy $1500 dwn, or
.. .. SINGER AUTOMATIC rent $150. mo. 781-3367.
Fate Is the Hunter REGISTER NOW! THE BEACH BOYS) '... V.
... wrMANNEITE/fr"' ':: CONSOLE MODEL
Glenn Ford Kwan r ,
Nancy
Hospital Gunfight at Commanche PLAY STARTS: t' \ '.=! ;r. : l.h11t '. Original price $300. has baL l

Creek Audie Murphy, SUN., JULY 18th 2 p.m. ; ." $82. or reliable parry can assume HOME FOR SALE -OrtegaHills.
Colleen Miller SUN., JULY Z3th: 2 p.m. $8. mo. payments. Sewing 7323 Wonder La, 3 BR, 2 B, I
Cecil Field John Goldfarb machine makes button holes brick, screened porch, $500. '
Please Come Home Shirley Anyone can enter. l / Zig Zag des'gns, sews on but- dwn, open any time EV 99054.
Anyone can win. tons, etc. Call 353-1946 day
MacLalne, Peter Ustinov I
ENTRY FEE $2.00 "': f or nlte, will deliver. Can take

Monday, July 19 t'M; KIRK ANNETTE older machine in trade. A-l MOBILE HOME 1962 Richardson -

NAS Psycho Tony Perkins also many other prizes LEON FRANK t ARTHUR SEWING MACHINE CO. 2 BR, 45'x 10' $200.
,
Janet Leigh 4825 Blanding Blvd. AMES FAYLEN OCONNEU.TECHNiOolQR equity, auto/washer, A/C, pay-
NATTC Man With the Golden ; FOR RENT 2 BDrm duplex ment $66.77 3883256.

Arm Frank Sinatra, Kim PHONE 711-2803 Open 12:45: / apts. New painted $60. & $65.
Novak mo. water, sewer& garbage

Hospital Fate Is the Hunter "America's Fun FLORIDAMONEY furn. Call 781-1723. FOR SALE BY OWNER Nor-
Sport"
Glenn Ford, Nancy Kwan .. : ':: '.'t>,.. [L.66'i mandy Villege, 2265 Patou Ct.,
Cecil Field Your Cheatin Heart- 3 BR. 2B. ls!. corner lot. $300..
George Hamilton, Susan Oliver ACK Reg. Black Min. Poodle dwn, assume loan $86. mo. sr.
Male 2 yrs. old. $70. Call 388-

Tuesday, July 20 IN 1 DAY 7676 or 771-7265 after 6 P.M.

NAS Go-Go Mania Beatles, LOST OFFICERS WORSTED

Herman's Hermits TROPICAL BLOUSE, with L.T. .
NATTC Psycho-Tony Perkins, '25 to 600ON Would like ride or will consider shoulder boards, contact VA-44
taking a rider from the Beach
Janet Leigh EXEC. Officer, ext. 140, re- .
Hospital Man With the area to the Jacksonville Naval ward.
Golden YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
Arm Frank Sinatra, Kim Cash for Just phone and tell Air Station and return. Working
any purpose. us hours 8-4:30, Mondays through
Novak
how much you want. Pick up the cash at your Fridays. Call extension 434.
Cecil Field
at Com-
Gunfight convenience. Same-day service. SALE, IDEAL FAMILY HOME,
manchc Creek -Audle
Murphy, at a bargain, 6 nice rms, 3 BR,
Susan Oliver 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN FOR SALE 3 BR home, closeto extra nice dbl garage, bus,shop-

Wednesday, July 21 You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. Call NAS Art$100 Powell down, $50 month ping, Flshwelr school, NAS 384-
USN RET. 264- 4450.
NAS Major Dundee Charleton 6144 with Powell I
Realty, BKR.
S 84.33 S 5.00 $355.79
Heston, Richard Harris $ 21.00
NATTC Go-GoMania- eatIes, 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00
Herman's Hermits 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00

Hospital Psycho Tony Perkins 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 FOR SALE 1 TON PHILCO A/C, HOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR, sept
Janet Leigh $65. 3/4 Ton Emerson $35., LR, DR, sun room, kit/stove, I'
Cecil Field Fate is the Hunter- Above payments include interest snow tires 670x15 almost new $65. 4429 St. Johns Ave, 384-

Glenn Ford, Nancy Kwan $20. Call 387-4106. 5225.
DIAL e

FOR RENT: Freshly painted 2
Most of us would be delightedto
as we if we could only 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 HOUSE FOR SALE Westfield, BR Masonry home inqul neighborhood -
catch pay up from go paying as we've 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 4503 -Water Oak Lane, 2 BR, half way between NAS

gone. -- World (Tulsa, Okla). lB, Ige fncd lot, 2 ton A/C- & Cecil, $75.00, ,Call RA 5-
$13,500. 3844003. 9201.ULY .



PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER JULY 15, 1965
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si .R a prelsed Pfc. Pesaresl 1 foe: displaying -
T
Ql exceptional initiative,
: i : motivation, and a sincere desire -

JAX MARINESBy sixteen-week to learn school while attending the


NAME AIRPORTA
: ''

St. Paul Minn., Marine aviator -
awarded the Medal of
,
GySgt. Joel Ferguson USMC
i$' MAS Ext. 400 Honor posthumously for his
m 2 r t' heroism during World War II,
further honored when the
was
NEW ASST. CMCA for safer ground,pilots and crew- South St. Paul airport received
% 3 ; -
q" aft aM sT men of Marine Medium Helicopter -
veteran Marine aviator became his name.
Squadron (HMM) 163 eva-
the Assistant Commandant cuated the 1,654 citizens In a Capt. Richard E.' Fleming,
of the Marine Corps July 1, and period of eight hours. USMCR, killed during the Battle
received a promotion to Lieutenant of Midway Island was honored
Khe Tre had been continuously
General recently at a ceremony officially
A : ? { i ; : kk 't>li 411t': Lieutenant General Richard C. terrorized by the Viet Cong;and dedicating the airport as RichardE.
T the villagers adked to be movedto
;;: .. Mangrum ,assumed the post vacated Fleming Field.

NEW RECRUITS?? No, lust one of the 100 boys who receivedhis June 30 by Lieutenant Gen a within government "new life ham- CITATIONWhen
let" protected zone some
physical last Saturday prior to being sent to the Big Brothers eral Charles H. Hayes who re- Richard R.
20 miles SSgt.
Camp Stratton at Callahan, Florida. The physicals were given at tired. General Hayes had servedin away.Eighteen Page
the
the Recruiting Station Medical section to the boys through arrangements the assignment since April UH-34-D helicopters reported to Marine Aviation
mode between Cdr. Bradford Wells, Officer in Charge of the 1963. from HMM-163 moved the Detachment for duty earlier this
Jacksonville District Navy Recruiting, and Mr. John Green Director During a ceremony held at refugees and 66,440 pounds of week he was awarded a Meritor-
of Duval County Big Brothers. Headquarters Marine Corps furnishings and food to their ious Mast he earned while stationed

General Wallace M. Greene Jr., new homes. at Headquarters Marine
EI Corps In Washington.A .
JACK portion of SSgt. Page's citation -

F "Luc'' y" reads as follows:
E "Your performance of duty

., GORMLEYSays while assigned to the Noncom-
missioned Officer In Charge of
:
the Congressional/Controlled

I would like for my many Correspondence Unit Headquarters -
Navy Shipmates to Lnow I 4 Marine Corps during the
: + 1 x am with I 4$% 4 : period June 2, 1964 through June

NORTH FLORIDA 28, 1965 has been most note-
worthy. The several thousand
c Lincoln..Mercury items of correspondence received -
from White House Con-
605 RIVERSIDE AVE. ,
\t&I : gressional and top level Departmen -

The Finest Deals in town can of Defense sources during
;< be made here with me on this period required a remark-
Lincoln, Mercury and able degree of attention to dutyin
Comets new and used. Call the dlssiminatlon to action offices -
me at EL 6-4212 at the officeor and follow-up action required -
RA 5-622 home.Thanks
to insure timely and appropriate -

( replies. The varietyof
items handled required not
,
HONORED SSgt. Richard R. Page, 'left, receives Meritorious only a high degree of professional -
Mast citation Tuesday from LtCol. John W. Sullivan, Aviation Detachment competence and initiative but
ZZ? 4-3 CO. SSgt. Page earned the award while he was NCOin also an understanding of the purpose -
Charge of the Congressional Correspondence Unit at Headquarters and function of each action

BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. Marine Corps. See story this column. section within this Headquarters.
Your use of this know ledge greatly -
Commandant of the Marine Nam tell us that when the aided In the accomplishmentof
Tr Corps installed General Man- villagers of Khe Tre, located the mission of the Headquarters. -

grum in his new job, and pro- some, 60 miles from Da Nang, ."
moted him tohis three-star rank. asked to leave their tiny hamlet MEDALThe

The 58-year old General Man- ACHIEVEMENTPfc. Department of Defense
grum holds the Navy Cross whichhe has approved the Armed Forces

won during World War IL He Peter A. Pesaresi received -,, Expeditionary Medal for Dominican -
received the award while flying a Meritorious Mast Mon- Republic service from April

with a Marine Scout-Bomber day fro finishing first In a classof 28, 1965, to a date yet undetermined. -
Squadron in the Solomon Islands nineteen students at the Avia- Officials said changes
area. tion Ordnance School The Aviation will be made to existing DOD

Born In Seattle, Washington Detachment CO, LtCol Instructions Including the Do-
General Mangrum first enteredthe J.W. Sullivan conducted the mastat minican Republic In the eligibility ]

Marine Corps Reserve as an ceremonies In his office, and list.
enlisted Marine in 1928. He received -
his Marine aviator's wingsand

a commission second lieu- 6

tenant following his graduationfrom

B primary flight training
BUR BRIc school &!
PATIO D K
During World War II he par- _
aCL ticipated In the defense of Ewa

Field Oahu, Hawaii, when the
L BR 3 BR 2 Japanese attacked December 7,

1941 He saw other World WarII
action In the Western Caro-

CP lines and in the Korean Con-

flict, he flew with the 1st Ma- 1, y 1
e k
rine Aircraft Wing. $ } a
The General's personaldecor- J
ations Include the
Model A-3 Navy Cross
two Legions ,of Merit with Com-
+
With its sweeping curve drive and its large side patio, thisis bat "V"; the Distinguished Fly-:
our 3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 Bath, futurama model. The large ing Cross; three Air Medals;and 1&I
storage room, complete with washer and drier circuits, is the Navy Commendation Ribbon
well worth pointing out. with
Combat "V". NEW STRIPES LtCol. L. B. Dochterman, 'from left, Commanding
r General Mangrum and his wife, Officer, Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment presents promotion

:ElELL.A.KR: : the former Virginia Diem of warrants to Corporals Carl Sampogna, Paul Hodge, Jr.,
Seattle! have a daughter, Harriet and Lance Corporal Allen D. Gilbert, advancing them to their present
: E. Howe, wife of Lieutenant ranks. MARTD personal are responsiable 'for the training of
HOE] BUILDERS :INC.
P Jonathan T.Howe,USN;and a son, Florida's Marine Air Reserve. Members of the Florida Air Re
Bryan. serve come from all sections of the state, parts of Georgia and
'1 You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience MOVERS Alabama. They train here one weekend each month. There are
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) two jet attack squadrons, one helicopter medium transports squadron
Marine Correspondents In Viet and Marine Air Reserve Group 14, a staff planning unit.



F5.965
JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER PAGE 13

6ND TennisTournament FBI director J. Edgar Hoover
Jax Navy Splits Twin-Bill "It was suggested at one time
that our agents should drive the
buses used Freedom Riders
With Moody Air Force Base going across by Alabama. I refusedto
HereThe
Starts do it. Our agents cannot be
chauffeurs for any. cause."
Sixth Naval District lax Navy, limited to two baserunners in the opening.game, came, back with seven runs .In the nightcap QUOTE
Tournament began yesterday at to split a doubleheader with league-leading Moody Air Force Base'last Friday night at Enterprise= Field, I'iUs
NAS Jax and will continue Saturday losing the opener 4-0 and winning the second game 7-6 on a two-run surge'In the, last half of the last
_
morning.Games begin about ininpt
10 a.m.' on .the coorts.located: Jack Granberry, the All-Air singles around a pair of walks off thebench;: to bit!for Edwards.
directly behind the Waves Bar- Force pitcher for Moody, allowed, and two-passed .balls' to score Bob promptly.imVcjted a scream-
racks. only one hit In' the opener, a three runs. Stewart pitched him Ing line drive Into rightcenter DRIVE-IN
Participating in this year's single to Lou Rada lax first self into another jam in the fourth field to score, the seventh and NOW 'OPEN: 24 HRS
tournament teams fromJack- sacker In the sixth Inning. The when:he was pulled after allowing winning run. !;According to team
sonville, Cecil Field, Mayport Moody centerflelder booted the two runs to score on double coach, John Hblomshek ofVP-30.
Sanford,. Memphis, Pensacola, ball, and when the dust cleared, and twoslngles. Meadows pitched "Andy:only got{credit for single BAR BQat
and Jax'Navy) .Recruiting.Representing I .- Rada was standing on third withno. score less' ball. until. the, seventh. singe, the',wjnnlng'junscoredbutif its best
NAS jaxareSSgt.Pat : one but .and the.. .top''of the, inning.1' <, ,"' ",;. could have, he 'would have I;Also. FULL MENUNOW
Yoyles, Major J.W. Lase- batting'order coining( up/ Cranberry Meanwhile, Sax ,Navy began crossed home plate 'before they
ter, 1st Lt. Dan\ Jackson, and Lt. bore down struck out pinch hitting the formidable Granberry caught up with that line drive. UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT
Richard Lagdon. They might still be chasing the
The ComFairJax staff will be ball" VERN DEBBIE WEEK
represented by Captain Phaon Rumors without a leg to standon owner & operator
Derr, Ltjg. Robert S. Smith, Lt. 11111111111'11hitter have a way of getting around 6035 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
Roger C. Briggs, and Lt. Rich- anyway. News-Plain-dealer.
ard V. Taras.Representing. Ii
Cecil Field are !a J' / a.J .

Marine Captain Richard M. Stacy, DonOndo ax leadoff hitter and chalked up five runs on four JLfeiN'SAVE
Lt. Bill Walker, Lt. Robert A. Willie Miller. Don Jackson left hits during the first six Innings.The THERE IS ANEAR
Turner and James A.Neighbors, Rada stranded on third by lining big blow for Jax Navy wasa w/
AQFAN. The only local enter- out to the first baseman. The three run homer by Dick Evansof PIC
ing the seniors division will be only other lax runner was Duel 679th Radar Squadron againsthis s
Major Bryan L. Magness from Chinn, NAS lax center fielder, fellow airmen. "N' SAVE
Cecil Field. who reached first on an error by Going into the final inning, the :
Jack Hersh, EMC, will repre- Moody's second baseman and died game was tied at five all In "s DRUGS
sent the local Navy recruiting there when Don Anderson poppedto Moody's half of the Inning Mea- STORE
station in the Open division. the catcher. dows gave up a leadoff triple
Walker and Turner will team Granberry struct out 14 men followed by a sacrifice fly to put
up for the Open doubles division of the 23 he faced. He retiredthe Moody ahead 65. Meadows left YOU
along with Stacy and Neighborsfor first eleven men to face him, the ball game and Maury Goff,the
Cecil Field. Briggs and Smith struck out the side In the second first game's losing pitcher
FULL }ftL8.TBONE .
and Derr and Taras will repre- and third innings. came on In relief to retire thenext
sent ComFairJax in doubles play Meanwhile, Moody roughed up > two Air Force batters STEAK 87J.
while Yoyles and Laseter and Jax pitcher Maury Goff for three Coming to bat one run behind,
'
and will the first the All Air-Force .ONION RINGS FRENCH FRIES'TOMA'TO .
Lagdon Jackson repre- runs on four hits during facing pitcher
sent Jacksonville indoubles com- six Innings. Ray Meadows came made the local team's work cut SLICEeHOT ROLLS & BUTTER
petition. in to pitch the final Inning for Jax, out for them. After the leadoff
and gave up a run when Moody' batter went downswinging, Willie
Jax Navy Leads bunched three singles arounda Miller of NATTC hit a boom-
base on balls. Goff took the loss Ing triple, and scored on anerror
Fla.-Ga.. Golf"Tourney for Jax Navy. by the Moody first baseman. With 1lilt JlI3nlill 1
The nightcap started as a rout the score tied. Jax Navy came on
Conff. when Moody trapped Don Stewart strong when a ilelder's choice
for three runs in the first Inning. play and a base on balls loaded
They bunched a double and two the bases. Bob Anderson came
The opening round in the
Florida Georgia Interservice
Golf Tournament was held this
past weekend at the Mayport :B DJTx.
links. The foursome representing
Jax Navy holds commanding e
stroke lead at the end of the first :: .
18-holes in the 54-hole match.
Jax Navy, with a combinationscore
of 300 leads second- COLORTIMUQUANATY
place Mayport by 20 strokes.
Close behind the Mayport team FEATURING 90 FINE USED CARS! HERE
in third place is Moody AFB at ARE A FEW OF THIS WEEKS SPECIAL:
321, followed by NAS Sanford at

341, McCoy AFB at 352 and Cecil 62 CH EVY . . . . . . . ???
Field at 357. 4 dr. sedans, 3 to choose from. Autos and sticks, R&Hs,
Lt. Al Barre of FAW-11 led the e, pOer'' ,
one with air. All nice clean cars. IF Mwwr D1
pack in Saturday's competitionwith 60 T.BIRDS, . . . . . . . "? I.'? <' z
a one-over-par 73, while 3 to choose from. All Air conditioned, with power. 1 con- ZENITH CONSOLEr
teammate Bill Scarbrough of vert., 2 hard tops. STARTS AT \
VP-5 chipped in a twooverparscore 64 TR SPITFIRE CONVERTIBLE . . . . $1695 r. TV .. C,
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Air conditioned power steering and brakes, sharp. .
McCoy, three strokes behindBarre's 64 VOLKSWAGEN . . . . . $1445 JModelSJIS
leading score. Solid red, radio and heater, whitewalls.
Aside from the two leading 63 FORD FASTBACK . . . . . $1695
golfers in the first week's com- V.8, stick shift, radio and heater, whitewalls, red and very .
petition, lax Navy is representedby clean.
Captain Dale Klahn of Com- 63 VALIANT 4-DOOR . . . ... ; ; 1295 '
Fatr-Jax Staff and Al Miller, 24,000 miles of factory warranty remaining, brand new
AMCS of VP-45. Capt. Klahn whitewall tires, radio and heater.
turned in a 76 score Saturday U
while Chief Miller fired a 77. DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT AT
Second round of the match will
be played at NAS Cecil Field on
July 24, to be followed by the final CLAYTON REVELSChryslerPlymouth
round when the linksters meet at
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I Capt.- Dora Wins tennis Tourney Cecil Wins Two; COLUMN LEFTBy

Captain Phaon Derr walked away Captain Derr also edged Ltjg.

with the honors at the Com- Smith In the singles competitionto Shares ,Conf. Top Dave Colby

Falrjax Tennis Tournament held win high honors among the 16 i
4
aboard NAS Jax last Saturday. singles entries into the tourna

Captain .D rr teamed up withLt. ments. Slot With MoodyWhat A Chronicle Of Beer ContainersAlso
Richard Lagdori beat Lt.Roger : '

Briggs and Ltjg. Robert Smith Rear Admiral Robert Goldth- a difference tour games published under the following titles; "The Case for the

both of VA-44, in the open doubles waite presented trophies to the might have made in the Southern Sightful Eye-sore: The Beer Can," "Why All Gusslers Should

winners and runner-ups. Loop of the Fla./Ga. Interser- Draftand' ,Art Shouldn't Be Left Along Our
tournament ._ .__ _* .*_... '-. ... _._ A_ Drink "Why 'Op'
vice Softball Conference and in Our Waters."
Roads
he found plenty of cans but none
After letting Mac Dill Air In this the 11th hour of our with the "pop tops" entact.

Force Base extend its winning 20th Century crisis the plight Thus there was only one way to

streak to eight games the Cecil of the unclaimed beer can ra- secure this minnow shapped pieceof

Field Raiders bounced back to coons must have glittering anxieties metal. through his own endeavors -

take a pair and move into a tie from the empty cans litteringthe at beer drinking. This

for the Southern- loop with a 7-2 country side. method of procurement was expensive -

record. The empty beer can problemis on the lure maker's fin-

The Air Force's rise-ball two fold; there is the top side gers and pocketbook. The final

pitcher, Ronald Potts, limited of this story and:! the empty 12 defeat for this great American
a
Cecil Field to three hits in the ounce side. manufacturing dream came when

opening game of Saturday's The problem in definition is: the lure maker found that the

double-header, as he pitched his traveling beer drinkers leave carp America's most abundant

way to a 4-1 win. Potts had their cans and tops behind them.In trash fish would not bite on his

10 strikeouts to his credit. the bygone days beer bottles "pop top" artificial

as well as other liquid refresh- Back the 12 ounce
Cecil Field's oldest pitcher, to empty
Al Lane, threw a four hitter ment containers, had a monetary problem let me make It

against Mac Dill but three unearned value. People used to hoard these clear right now that at least one

1 r ; r runs marred his pitching bottles. They would store the American brewer is making an

bottles in basements, garages, effort clean in this
effort. The Raiders from Cecil to come messy
Field had shoddy fielding In the backyard, living rooms, and situation. This western brewer
even baby cribbs that was has offered for each
first game as they committed a penny
CAPT. DERR receive! hit trophy, from Rear Admiral Robert.Goldthwaile three errors. Ironically Potts when two cents meant a lot. empty can returned. We live

(I).; t scored Mac Dill's only earned run Then came the tin beer can. In inflationary times. By this act

when he rapped a round tripperoff The glass Industry responded to the brewer can create scenic

?Ju Lane.In this with "No deposit bottles." advertising of natural America
< Both producers offered the con-
"VMcDOUGALL'S without his own product's shin-
the tide
Saturday's nightcap sumer the benefit of "throwaway"
turned and the Navy always goes bottles and cans. The ning litter.
The people who used tohoard-
out with the tide.
INSURANCE AGENCY.. INC The Raiders snapped MacDill's consumer took his cue from the If there are any of this type left
manufactures and started pitch-
In the U.S. should be happy with
when
skein Don
at eight
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS Ing his empties with no fixed
Bower threw a three hitter at the new penny value. such Inflationary -
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS trajectory.Onto .
times. Cans can be
them and the hitters mustered
ALL AGES RANKS of the .
DRIVING RECORDS the top problem.Can won't
crushed. This means they
three runs for him to pull out
SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS. SR 22's FILED manufactures next came up old
the deposit
a 3-1 win.A take up space
Naval Air Station Office, Naval Station Office with "pop top" containers. Pea glass bottles did. This also
outburst in the first
two
run
Roosevelt 2990 Mayport Road who used make beer
6463 Blvd. ple to canopeners
who these
Jacksonville,.Fla. Atlantic Beach, Fla. inning put the raiders ahead. The suffered have you means that people store
I Phone 388-7676 Phone 249-5649 runs came on three walks and values items can stow more
tried to buy a "church key"lately
1 wild within their physlca111mlts.
Mac
two pitches byt Dill
collect
? People who used to
hurler Collins. With Employees who clean along
LeRoy
bottles and ration stamps now had
the bases loaded, Cecil Field western roads have !* new

JACKSONVILLE TRAILER MART'S shortstop Ed Tonges singled to valuables.no reason to store these fringe benefit In their jobs the

bring home the two unearnedruns. more penny cans picked up the
With the "pop-top" cans came
Insurance was added in the more money they make. Street
4 fourth when another problem that cut deep cleaners should be paying more
inning Tonges
Motile Home into Americans' skin. The
their that
slammed a homerun. attention to jobs ever
"pop tops" were hard ongusslers'
Bower was credited with four before a penny saved is a
thumbs and urfer'stoes.
'. earned. It is also pre-
strikeouts the win.Saturday's / penny
winner Bower dicted that these people will become -
,
found
One fisherman thought he
took charge in the first game on the solution for what to do with highly specialized in their
and his picking skills because of the
Sunday paced team to a discoveredthat
He
"pop top" tops. priority we live in
5-2 win. In Sunday's contest hook the penny
by attaching a to
Bower limited Mac Dill to five Inflationary times. .
had made
tab he
metal a fishing
hits.It. The plight of the beer can is
ambitions and
lure. With hopes
.
an inorganic one these me-
'
.
was a come from behind of future he plungedheadlong
prosperity
effort for the Raiders. Mac Dill tackle tal products just don't rot the
into the fishing
scored in the second inning when way organic man-made productsdo.
business.But .
"
they chalked up a run on
the lure maker ran Into
two hits and a stolen base. Then too, man is organic and

Cecil Field took the lead in problems. this may be the entire case for
First he found that once the
the third with of our sightfuleyesoretheempty
inning a pair
"pop top" is detached from the
beer can, a fast coming universal
hits and a pair of walks to score his
can it is usually lost. In
The Raiders added truth
two runs.
American roadsides
searcn along
:, SPECIAL three more runs in the sixth

inning on three back to back hits, Naval Air Station and Fleet

FINANCING a walk and a wild pitch. BiL.LEf PROOFky personnel interested in playing
Mac Dill came back In the top
touch football with the Com-
TO .
WHY of the 7th Inning with one run as mander Fleet Air JacksonvilleTeam

"" NAVY Bower gave up a single and his it) please contact LCDR
teammates committed two er- t-q 531.
HAMRICK at Ext. 622 or
rors. But the Cecil hurler pitchedhis ,
; PERSONNEL! '
RENT ? way out of trouble to record f1 h

'I the 5-2 win.

With two wins and a tie for CF Softball

first place in the league Cecil -
WHEN YOU'RE TRANSFERRED TAKE Field was ready to make their

YOUR MOBILE HOME WITH YOU. move for sole ownership of first JEJ' Standing

place in the second game. But
BIG SELECTION 10 Ft. & 12 Ft. WIDES! the Florida weather had the final : W L
S r;
say on the outcome of Sunday's } VA-44 ( 5 0

JACKSONVILLE second game. 'J Admin 5 1

4 NEW Lane pitched the game for Cecil VF-174 4 1

Field and Collins went for Mac Weapons 2 1

MART I 10 FT. WIDES Dill. Midway through the fifth Marine Barracks 22

TRAILER with LIVING ROOM inning, with the score knotted at VA-45 < 33

1-1, the rains started and bothteams' Supply 3 3
Tilt-Out IncreasesLIVING /I NEVER TAKE A SHOT
Roosevelt Blvd. efforts were washed away AMD 1 4
5887
AREA WITHOUT A CHASES\\/l
The game will be made upatMac. VU-4 1 4

Dill later this month.' VFP-62 0 4



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the tisnest story to Steward Napolean Faralla pre-
Admin 8 1VA44 come back from the recent USS pared the lunker for squadron
8 1 America shakedown cruise Lithe personnel. It was reported that
NAMTG 7 1 2 one about two brothers in Attack the fresh fish came as welcome
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AMD 6 2 two pounds of bait to catch 40
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Med/Dent 6 4 one fishThe rest of VA-64, are now back at
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